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The Work of Days

By Sarah Lang
Categories: Poetry

With the prisms of varied vocabularies refracting detail and language, Sarah Lang illuminates the intricacies of communication, of the moments and gaps between action and reaction, and, as she does, announces ...

Troubled

By RM Vaughan
Categories: Poetry

People fall in love with their therapists all the time. It's called transference.

Troubled is brutally honest and erotically frank, a no-holds-barred confession of a patient/psychiatrist relationship gone ...

The Mitochondrial Curiosities of Marcels 1 to 19

Her hands lay inert and upturned on her lap – probably stunned, she thinks, by the hideousness of the skirt underneath them. Centre seam puckered, zipper mangled, it's handmade in a way that makes people ...

The Laundromat Essay

By Kyle Buckley
Categories: Poetry

A difference between us bridged my fondness for a street that ran through the kitchen. It was evenly lined with the trees that line those kinds of streets. That autumn we had to gather the leaves from ...

The Inquisition Yours

By Jen Currin
Categories: Poetry

Winner of the Audre Lorde Award for Lesbian Poetry
A finalist for the Dorothy Livesay Prize and the Lambda Literary Award

In her ambitious follow-up to Hagiography, acclaimed poet Jen Currin continues ...

The Hayflick Limit

By Matthew Tierney
Categories: Poetry

Shortlisted for the 2010 Trillium Book Award for Poetry

To be human is to cope with knowing. In the early sixties, Leonard Hayflick determined that healthy cells can divide only a finite number of times. ...

The Politics of Knives

By Jonathan Ball
Categories: Poetry

Winner of the 2013 Aqua Books Lansdowne Prize for Poetry (Manitoba Book Awards)

If David Lynch crashed into Franz Kafka in a dark alley, the result might look like The Politics of Knives. Moving from shattered ...

The Devil and the Detective

By John Goldbach
Categories: Fiction

Robert James, a private detective more interested in chronicling his cases than solving them, gets a midnight call from a young woman whose older husband has been found with a knife in his chest. Murder, ...

The Stonehenge Letters

By Harry Karlinsky
Categories: Fiction

While researching why Freud failed to win a Nobel Prize at the Nobel Archives in Sweden, a psychiatrist makes an unusual discovery. Among the piles of papers in the 'Crackpot' file are letters addressed ...

This Poem Is a House

By Ken Sparling
Categories: Fiction

If love is a house, how do we arrange the furniture?

Meditative and magical, a book as complicated as the ways we love, This Poem Is a House is, in the end, about a girl’s story sheltering a boy’s poem, ...